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EASA PART 66 MODULE 11 B1 - TURBINE AEROPLANE STRUCTURES & SYSTEMS

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Turbine Aeroplane Structures and Systems covers (by ATA chapter) the construction and operation of the various systems in complex turbine powered aircraft from their basic layout to their operation and maintenance needs from the perspective of the aircraft mechanic. Systems are covered by ATA chapters and include the general structures of transport category aircraft and various systems such as electrical, fuel, flight controls, hydraulics, etc) and also including modern on-board electronics such as on-board maintenance computers, cabin systems, and information systems. You will learn by understanding concepts, not just rote memorization and you will learn to understand and apply this knowledge in the MRO of flightline environment.

This book is fully compliant as EASA Part 66 module 11a for the B1 license and has been given approvals by numerous EASA based civil aviation authorities.

Table of Contents

11.1 Theory of Flight
  • airplane aerodynamics and flight controls; high speed flight.
11.2 Airframe Structures - General
  • airworthiness requirements and structural strength; construction methods; structural assembly techniques; methods of surface protection; surface cleaning; airframe symmetry
11.3 Airframe Structures - Aeroplanes; ATA 52-57
  • fuselage; wings; stabilizers; flight control surfaces; nacelles and pylons.
11.4 Air Conditioning and Cabin Pressure; ATA 21
  • air supply; air conditioning; pressurization; safety and warning devices.
11.5 Instruments and Avionics Systems; ATA 31
  • pitot static system, gyroscopic instruments; compasses; angle of attack indication; glass cockpit; avionics systems including autoflight, communications, navigation.
11.6 Electrical Power; ATA 24
    Batteries; DC and AC power generation; emergency power generation; voltage regulation; power distribution; inverters, transformers, rectifiers; circuit protection; external ground power.
11.7 Equipment and Furnishings; ATA 25
  • emergency equipment requirements; cabin layout; cabin entertainment; galley installation; cargo handling; airstairs.
11.8 Fire Protection; ATA 26
  • fire and smoke detection; fire extinguishing systems; portable fire extinguisher.
11.9 Flight Controls; ATA 27
  • Primary controls - aileron, elevator, rudder, spoiler; trim control; active load control; high lift devices; lift dump and speed brakes; system operation - manual, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, fly-by-wire; artificial feel - yaw damper, Mach trim, rudder limiter, gust lock systems; balance and rigging; stall protection.
11.10 Fuel Systems; ATA 28
  • system layout; fuel tanks; supply systems; dumping, venting, draining; cross feed and transfer; indications and warning; refueling and defueling; longitudinal balance.
11.12 Ice and Rain Protection; ATA 30
  • ice formation, classification and detection; anti-icing systems - electrical, hot air, and chemical; rain repellent; probe and drain heating; wiper systems.
11.13 Landing Gear; ATA 32
  • construction; shock absorbing; extension and retraction systems; indications and warning; wheels, brakes, antiskid, and autobraking; tires; steering; air-ground sensing.
11.14 Lights; ATA 33
  • external navigation, anti-collision, landing, taxiing, ice; internal cabin, cockpit, cargo; emergency.
11.15 Oxygen; ATA 35
  • system layout - cockpit and cabin; sources, storage, charging, and distribution; supply regulation; indication and warning.
11.16 Pneumatic/Vacuum; ATA 36
  • system layout, supply, distribution, servicing and draining; toilet system layout, flushing and servicing; corrosion aspects.
111.17 Water/Waste; ATA 38/b>
  • system layout, supply, distribution, servicing and draining; toilet system layout, flushing and servicing; corrosion aspects.
11.18 On Board Maintenance System; ATA 45
  • central maintenance computers, data loading system; electronic library system; printing; structure monitoring.
11.19 Integrated Modular Avionics; ATA 42
  • integrated modular avionic (IMA) modules including bleed management, air pressure control, ventilation control, temperature control, air traffic communications, avionics communication router, electrical load management, electrical system BITE, fuel management, braking control, oleo pressure, gear retraction, etc; core system network components.
11.20 Cabin Systems; ATA 44
  • cabin core systems; in-flight entertainment; external communications; cabin mass memory system; cabin monitoring systems; miscellaneous cabin systems.
11.21 Information Systems; ATA 46
  • aircraft general information system; flight deck information system; maintenance information system; cabin information system; miscellaneous information systems.

Specifications

  • Publisher: Aircraft Technical Book Co.
  • ISBN-13: 9781941144947
  • Copyright Date: 2020
  • Edition: 4TH
  • Pages: 680
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 11.0" x 8.5"
  • Book Weight: 1.0lbs
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  • File Type: standard pdf ebook
  • Print: unlimited
  • Copy/Paste: unlimited
  • Offline Access: yes
  • Search: always
  • Bookmarks: always
  • System Reqs: Windows, Macintosh, iPad, and more

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